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P.AILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 23..1904.
July Shoe Sale 1
it. nf thn voar we dojflrn tn clnnn nnf nr i.
ProSoso of U odds and ends regardless of cost. Wo
ireess so tar uus uiuuui,
ipe'J flr0 asking for good stylish, serviceable slioes
tou i can't affora w
Children's tthoos In sizes 8 (o 2; regular price
ii KO $2 00, $2.25 and $2.50, all go during sale at
$1.0o! See outside display.
ro.ii.a slippers In sizes 3 to 6, all widths In
ntent Kid ami Mn,,y nobby styles, regular
values $l"5 to $4.00. July sale price 75c to $2.00.
indie si'003 'n "sht or heavy soles, our
rec'ular $3X0 to $C.O0 linos; broken linos and not
many of n 1;InJ' uut can B'vo you a Bood assort
ment 'o cliooso from. They are selling now for
from $2.00 to $2.50.
Men's Ann dross and work slioes, about 700 pairs
In nil are bolng closed out regardless of cost;
$1.25 to $2.00 now buys a $2.00 to $3.50 shoe.
Host of Tll Royal Blue $3.50 shoo for men.
Wo have them In 10 dlfferont stylos. Exclusive
agents In Pendleton.
Teutsch's Dept. Store
Corner Main and Alta Streets
rici it Oratz's.
jil tie Boston
1 dally, at Martin s.
iers at Kunkel's
UeMt" The uosion.
ilJiai harrows at ivunnei b.
ia dry goods. The Bos-
inspberries at Hawley
mi slipper sale at
fress goods sale at
kIbj, water melons, at
i in the city served at
j tUMng to raise mules
s to Big Ben,
Ids carbonated drinks.
Id pure. 'Phone 951.
i rtt satisfaction at How-
' Hees" cigar store.
, confectionery and el
s'!. 304 Court street.
knt lale of all summer
It Mrs. Rose Campbell's.
-Upstairs of new building
(Cottonwood and Webb. It.
Hitman to do cooking In
Mrs. J P. Navin,
Mo and a half months. In-
:-The room formerly oc-
fto Pantheon theater. Ap-
pa hotel, furnished, two
, J1800, Great linr-
llWtde & Son.
i-4Few cholc.e acre lots In
. Aonlv to a. m.
Ii, Pendleton, Oregon,
stoneware not full sets.
ft with cash purchase of
Ice cream, the Delta kind.
Got Sunny. U. C. Ilader.
Cash registers at Wlthee's.
Wood and coal see McAdam.
New spring shirts. The Boston.
The Delta Ice cream is delicious.
See Withee for fire extinguishers.
New corn, roasting ears, Hawl.oy's.
Fresh, pure groceries, Hawley Bros.
New line men's sweaters. The
Douglas and Hatiau shoes. The
Midsummer clearance sale at
Misses' $2.00 shoes for $1.00.
Chicken dinner and Ice cream Sun
days at Gratz's.
Royal Blue $3.50 and $4.00 shoes at
Lee Teutsch's. Best on earth.
Mollne wagons, rubber tired bug
gies, carriages and hacks at Kunkel's.
"The Castaway," "The Yoke," "The
Cost," new books each week. Nolf's.
The St. George restaurant, open
day and night. Mrs. Cooper, propri
etor. Get your clothes cleaned and
pressed at Joerger's, 120' West Court
Lost Elk tooth charm, Initials J.
J. L., No. 433. Leave at tuts office for
Belfast linen mesh underwear, Just
the thing for thiB hot weather, at Baer
Dr. J. L. .Miller has had his office
repainted and repapered, and largely
K. I.nlng Is building a foundation
for a cottage on the vacant lot on
the Waugh property on Thompson
street, recenuy purchased by him.
The Congregational church is now
being repainted and fitted up inside.
Sewer connections have also been
made on the parsonage property and
further Improvements are contemplated.
i... ,.A.?? J;!!L. lhla inning Join
i. uusiaison. O. H r. m
engineer, is still laid up with rheuma-
Mrs M u Huriburt, of Kcho, Is In
tho city today the guest of Hotel
I p. Clopton and family will leavo
for Bingham Springs this evening for
Mrs. D. B. Bailey and son have re
turned from a three weeks' outing at
L. Alleboft, of Portland, traveling
representative of the firm of Allen &
Lewis. Is In town.
Mrs. M. J. Langley. Miss Nora
Smith and C. H. Bussler, of La
Grande, are In tho city today.
William Connolly, ar brake Inspec
tor of the O. n. & N., Is In the city,
a guest of Hotel St. George.
P. B. Holbrobk, of Irrlgon, returned
homo last night after a brief business
trip h,ere on political business.
Dr. E. N. Hutchinson, government
inspector of livestock for Oregon, is
a guest at Hotel St. George today.
Prof. R, C. French, president of the
Weston Normal, is in tho city today
on business connected with his
Dr. A. LoRoy, traveling represen
tative of the Oregon Information Bu
reau, left this morning for Milton,
where he will work in the Interest of
the bureau today.
Mrs. Rose Campbell leaves tonight
for Minneapolis and Chicago via Spo
kane, to visit the wholesale millinery
houses on a purchasing trip for her
largo millinery establishment here.
e the best assortment
In this section of t
e sell reliable
"torn 2.0O un. W nli
I. . 17. 21. 23, 24 jew
Is the different
'fcMI. sterling silver.
' k solid gold
""Wee all watches.
tI rore faultv from
l' e will fully re-
S. H. Forshaw has nearly completed
the first of the three greenhouses
which he will erect this summer and
fall. It is 1Gx28 on the ground, and
all that It now lacks or being complet
ed Is the setting of the glass. He
will not start the other greenhouses
until his new residence Is far enough
advanced to be occupied In part. Res
idences and greenhouses are at the
corner of Court and Star. 10 blocks
west of Main.
Gypsy Picnic at Meacham.
A genuine gypsy picnic will be held
at Meacham tomorrow. A barbecue,
plutform danco, music by the La
Grande band and a general good time
and unique program will be enjoyed.
The O. R. & N.'s 3umraer rate oi i
for the round trip will be hi .effect and
a large crowd is expected to go from
here. , ;,
THE SIGNAL LIGHT.
Opening Attraction of the Engage
ment of Margarita Fischer Com
pany. "The Signal Light." the opening
play of the Margarita Fischer Compa
ny, is one of the strongest melo-dra-matlc
military plays ever written. It
Is a story of "love and war" between
the North and the South; a young
federal officer, Captain Blanchard, has
been wounded and taken prisoner by
a company or Confederate soldiers.
They stop to rest on the way to
Libby prison at a place called "Lyn
wood." There he meets an old sweet
heart, Lucille Carlyle, a sister of Col
onel Edwin Carlyle, of the Confeder
She secretes her lover In the house
until the guard has passed. Unfortu
nately, Blanchard is recognized by
Colonel Carlyle as a man who struck
him a blow in the face a year pre
vious in Louisville. They quarrel
again and come to blows, when one
Dudley Middleton, a Confederate of
ficer who is also In love with Miss
Carlyle attempts to stab Blanchard in
the back, but by a sudden turn he
kills his own friend.
Meantime one Ellas Rastus Confu-
scions Carter, 'a correspondent lor a
London paper, appears on the scene
and sketches the struggle. Blanchard
Is puzzled to know how the man
came to his death, feeling that he,
himself, Is innocent. He goes to the
grief-stricken sister and confesses to
the quarrel, but maintains his lnno
cence. She takes an oath of ven
geance on the murderer of her broth'
er, "whoever he may be."
Middleton. to protect himself, has
Carter placed under arrest as a spy
and blames the murder on Blanchard.
She is influenced to send for her lover
ami betray him Into the hands of the
Confederates, which she does by plae
ins a signal light in the window.
Miss Kate Wllmarth, a Creole girl,
who has been played false by Mid
dleton, betrays him in his schemes,
and assisted by the artist correspon
dent, thev save Blanchard at the last
The company is bigger and strong
er than .ever. They have Just tiulshed
u 12-weeks' engagement at Ilolsu.
Friday and Saturday
Cut Prices in Shoe Dept.
WELL POSTED BUYERS KNOW THE VALUE OF SHOES. EVEN
THOUGH YOU DO NOT BUY, CALL AND SEE THAT THE PEOPLES
WAREHOUSE DOES EXACTLY A3 ADVERTISED.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT PRICES ON MEN'S, BOYS', LADIES', MISSES',
INFANTS' SHOES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
LADIES' $4.00 OXFORDS.
Newest stylo. For Friday and Sat
urday , $2.45
LADIES' $3.50 OXFORDS.
Newest style military and Louis
heels and patent leather and kid.
For Friday and Saturday.... $2.39
Any Blylos regular $2.00 and $1.50
per pair. Friday and Saturdny. .05o
Wolls and turn solos, regular $2.50
and $.1.00 per pair. For Friday
and Saturday $1.85
WE CARRY ONLY SOLID SHOES.
WHERE IT PAYS TO TILADE
BIG BOOK CRAFT
MANY CITIZENS SELECTED
AS SPECIAL MARKS.
Letters of a Mysterious Nature Sent
Out to People Who Expect to Find
a Surprise When' They Answer Set
of Books Purporting to Be of Great
Value Being Sold to the Public
Sample of the "nvlting Letter Sent
WiteaV Coming to Echo.
Rpho Jnlv 23. Wheat hauling Is
now nn In earnest. The grain is flow
Ine into Echo In a constant golden
Kfrpnin nnd will continue to so flow
for thn jinx! three months. There Is
a scarcity of teams now but as fast
as they are released irom tne imrve
ters they will be put to hauling.
Fools and Fire.
Last Sundi.v two boys built a fire
with some drift wood on Reed'a ranch
which came near destroying the entire
ivi,o nnri hv rron. About 15 men
labored all afternoon in subduing the
flames. -Roseburg Review.
' flAftM .... j a-
U, p,"" Crwun can again be obtained at tne om i-
A C. KORPPEN &. BROTHERS
The Popular Price'
Governor's Staff Stolen Blind at the
American Lake Camp.
Saliers. saddles, spurs, and In fact
everything that was not nailed down
at American LaKe. was sioien nom
the staff of Hip governor of Oregon.
The members of the staff, who live
In Portland, arrived home Monday and
went directly to Chief of Police Hunt
to tell their troubles, says ino aeauie
Chief Delaney received a letter from
Chief Hunt Tuesday night relative to
the matter and yeMerday every patrol
man was given a description of the
stolen goods with instructions to keep
a lookout for them.
The members of the staff of the
governor of Oregon went into camp
with paraphernalia of every descrip
tion. The staff officers were quartered at
Murray very near to a troop of regu
lar cavalry. It was a colored troop
and the sight of so much war appara
tus that could be carried away was
too much for the colored troopers,
A watermelon natch would nave
caused less trouble In the ranks. Sil
ver siiiirR with nlated bucmes and
saddles with hand workmanship were
temptations that could not ue witn-
stood. The stuff Just kept disappearing.
Sixty to the Beach.
nver sixtv excursion tickets were
sold to Portland and Long Beacli at
the local ticket office iu Boise tnis
afternoon. The two coaclies which
left at 1 o'clock were tilled ana many
were utilizing the standing room. It
wna n rand natured crowd all bent
on reaching the beach and enjoying
the delightful cool ocean ureezes.
Bolso Capital News.
, Vag Run In.
ai iiust. n semi-stranger and vag,
wna run In this afternoon for begging
on tho streets, and beluc drunk.
Several leading citizens wero more
or less surprised a few days ago at
receiving a letter which in ev.ery case
was a duplicate of the letters receiv
ed by other citizens, and of which
tho following Is a copy:
Hotel Bickers, Pendleton, Or.,
July iO, 1901.
Mr. Thomas Thompson,
Dear Sir: In regard to a courtesy
that has been extended to you from
Washington, D. C, I would be pl.eascd
to personally explain same to you if
you will' kindly call at the Hotel
Bickers at 11 o'clock on Friday morning.
Respectfully yours, '
a. h. hawkins. ;
it transpires that Mr. Hawkins is
tliu agent for a compilation of public
documents Presidential Messages
nd Other Public Documents made
by Congressman Tom Richardson, of j
Tennessee, or at leust alleged to be
complied by him. Mr. Hawkins visit
ed this place some three or four years
ago and roped in a number of citizens
on exactly the same plan, at $20 per.
The scheme Is not denounced by
the victims as an out-and-out swindle,
but those who Invested do claim that
the price paid was out of all propor
tion to the value of tho returns, In
other words, that the books are "dead
horse." and ar.e not fully what they
were represented to be. Some even
claim that whoover wishes can obtain
of his congressman, under the franking-
privilege, and by an outlay of a
two-cent stamp and tho trouble of
writing tho request, any of the docu
ments contained in the Tom Itlchnrd
boii compilation, and that If bo wishes
all of them, and has the patience to
write for them, that he oin get all
of them. In other words, It the scheme
Is not a swindle out and out, it cer
tainly Is a big graft.
The assertion-Is made that Mr.
Hawkins is, careful to avoid making
himself conspicuous on this trip, and
that he does not renew the acquaint
ances he made on his former tour to
this place, It would bo interesting to
know bow many men ho listed as sub
scribers to the compilation, by the
above appeal to the vanity of those
who supposed they had been selected
as subjects for a special literary dle-
pensatlon by the authorities In the
government printing department
J. V Tallman, Dr. C. J Smith and
other prominent citizens have been
selected as special marks by Mr.
Hawkins, and the plan seems to be of
McADAM WANTS YOUR WOOD AND COAL TRADE, AND
WILL MAKE IT TO YOUR INTEREST TO SEE HIM BEFORE
OFFICE PENDLETON SAVINGS BANK BUILDING.
Becauso our prices are cut Just as low as it Is posslblo and do
business. You get the benefit of conservative buying and our small
margin of profit. Wo havo apodal snles every day. Our goods are
marked' in plain figures and will compare with any houso of our kind.
Co mo In. Let us convlnco you.
Workingmen's Clothing Co.
The New 8tore.
Corner Main and Webb SU.
Oregon State Normal School, Monmouth
Begins Its twenty-third year Sep
tember 20, 1001, Four tonus In each
schuol year, affording opportunities
for beginning a course in Boptembor,
Novombor, February and April.
The Beet Tralnlna for Teachers.
Is tho normal course, with Its assur
ance of good positions at good wages,
Wrlto for now catnloguo containing
full Information concerning courses
of study, training tn actual teaching
afforded under real conditions In town
nad country schools, and full details
about tho advanced course of study with tho additional advantages at
tached. Address Secretary J. D. V. Butler, or President E, D, Renter,
Statement of the Klmberly.
The annual statement of the Klm
berly Montana Gold Mining Company
was filed yesterday in the office of the
secretary of state. Tho company is
capitalized at $3,000,000, of which $2,-
600,000 is paid in property. The com
uany's assets are valued at $3,600,000
and its liabilities are given as $130,
000. Helena Independent
Judge J. H. Tyr.ee. of Imh Angelus,
aged 7, almost blind, and very feeble,
has deserted bis home, family and of
ficial position to elope with a woman
named Dora L. Taylor, aged about 30.
We'd like to go Ashing Just once
when only the tittle nsh got away
of cleanliness and neatness Is on
each Individual piece of llnon or other
wash goods entrusted to our careful
hands to undergo the process known
as laundering. First, we wash clean;
second, we starch rightly and only
whero starch Is needed; third, our
Ironing Is really second to none In
"boId-to tlio-Ust" finish. Tersely told,
this Is u comploto flrst-closs laundry.
BYERS' BEST ELOIR
Is made from the choicest wheat that grows. Oood bread Is
assured when Byers' Best Flour Is used. Bran, shorts, stosm roll
ed barley always on hand,
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. 8. BYER8, Prop.
1$VIA1 "RT ANK Write the East Ore
LsEAyfLL, DliHM gonlan for a free cat.
alogae of them, A foil supply always kept hi stock.